Christianity Through History

Christianity in The Second Thousand Years

Study events such as the Crusades, the Gothic Cathedrals, the Renaissance, Vatican I and II, along with people such as Anselm, Thomas Aquinas, Francis of Assisi, Martin Luther, John Henry Newman and John Paul II.

This course is offered on a periodic basis at various parishes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and onsite at School of Ministry. Not offered in Spring, 2016. We invite you to participate in our other continuing education courses. 

Textbooks:

Church History: Twenty Centuries of Catholic Christianity 
John C. Dwyer  
Paulist Press; 1998
ISBN: 978-0809138302 

The Ecumenical Councils of the Catholic Church: A History 
Joseph F. Kelly
Liturgical Press; 2009.
ISBN:  978-0-8146-5376-0 

The Catholic Church through the Ages: A History
John Vidmar, O.P.
Paulist Press; 2014
ISBN: 978-0809149049

For additional questions about the program, contact Michele Meny or 972-265-5782 to be placed on the list of interested students!

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